This is another of my visual poetry experiments. this one was on the front of one of those green electricity cupboards that there seem to be loads of in my neighbourhood. I chose one that already had a lot of graffiti on it - partly to add something visually to the piece, but also because somehow I felt bad about defacing one that was more pure and unadulterated. I took quite a few pictures but preferred the ones like this which show a fragment of the text. The text is from a poem that I had written some time ago but that seemed appropriate for the environment. I made the labels from memory and realised today that I had missed out a line - not that that matters really.
Julia has a BA (Hons) in Creative Writing from Norwich University College of the Arts and an MA in Creative Writing, Poetry from the University of East Anglia. Her writing explores the difficult and dark minutiae of everyday life, human relationships in all their difficulty and awkwardness and the uncomfortablenesses of the human body. She has a fascination for the surreal and likes to experiment and play. Julia's book Bird Sisters was published by Nine Arches Press in May 2016. Julia works for Gatehouse Press, is an editor for Lighthouse Literary Journal, teaches creative writing and critiques poetry manuscripts.